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Kentucky’s Alarming High Liver Cancer Cases Linked to Recalled Philips CPAP & BiPAP Devices

Kentucky has alarmingly high cancer rates. According to the American Cancer Society, it is estimated that new cancer cases in Kentucky in 2021 are over 30,000 and estimated deaths are over 10,000. Liver cancer accounts for over 400 of those deaths. Many of the new…

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Do You Qualify for a Philips CPAP Recall Lawsuit in Kentucky?

While you may have been using a CPAP device and developed cancer, not everyone qualifies for a Philips CPAP recall lawsuit in Kentucky. Below is the current criteria we are following to determine your eligibility: Am I Eligible to Join a Kentucky Philips CPAP Recall…

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Cancer From a Philips CPAP? Our Dangerous Device Attorney in Kentucky is Here for You

Many Kentuckians use a continuous positive airway pressure therapy machine commonly known as a CPAP machine, or simply CPAP on a nightly basis. Most people who use a CPAP machine have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and need the device to help keep a normal breathing…

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Could Recalled Philips Sleep and Respiratory Care (CPAP ad BiPAP) Devices Cause Cancer?

You used your Philips Respironics CPAP, BiLevel PAP (BiPAP), or ventilator to breathe easier or to keep you alive. At the time, you didn’t know that the machine could cause cancer. Unfortunately, three to four million people are impacted by a recent recall of Phillips…

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Johnson & Johnson Stops Selling Talc-Based Baby Powder in the United States

In 1894, Johnson & Johnson began selling baby powder products in the United States that contained a crushed form of the mineral talc. For more than 120 years, Johnson & Johnson would continue to sell a talc-based baby powder product in the United States. Johnson…

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The Increased Use of Minimally Invasive Surgery for Hernia Repair & Polypropylene Mesh Injuries

One reason for the sharp increase in injuries becoming more and more common with the use of mesh in abdominal and inguinal hernia repairs is the increase in minimally invasive and laparoscopic surgery in recent years.  In Kentucky, minimally invasive surgeries have risen sharply. Norton Hospital,…

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